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Kanye West has presumably deactivated both his Instagram and Twitter accounts this Friday. If you head over to his Twitter page, @kanyewest, you’ll immediately encounter the site’s “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!” window. Additionally, his @kanyewest Instagram account will also show the mobile app’s “Sorry, this page isn’t available” screen. There is no word yet from Kanye’s representatives regarding the deactivation.
This marks the first time ‘Ye’s called it quits on social media; not to get confused with his short hiatus in 2016 as Twitter labeled it as an error rather than an actual deletion. He did, however, remove his series of tweets that expressed his support for Donald Trump last September.
Still, why the sudden disappearance now? The luminary is probably working hard on his next album Turbo Grafx 16 while prepping for his next YEEZY Season alongside his children’s clothing line with Kim Kardashian, TheKidsSupply.
Let us know your thoughts below.
Directly following the release of his new Teenage Emotions track “Bring It Back” and its subsequent video, Lil Yachty has revealed plans for an expansive tour in support of his upcoming project. To promote his debut album, Lil Yachty will be performing several headlining shows across the United States from August to October. Yachty’s “Teenage” tour will begin in Dallas, TX on August 11 and is set to conclude with a homecoming Atlanta show on October 20. No word yet on any dates outside of the U.S., but we’ll keep you posted.
Lil Yachty – 2017 “Teenage” Tour (Dates)
8/11 Dallas, TX – Bomb Factory
8/12 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live!
8/13 New Orleans, LA – The Joy Theater
8/15 Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
8/16 Jacksonville, FL – Mavericks
8/17 Columbia, SC – Music Farm
8/18 Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
8/22 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
8/23 Washington, D.C. – Echo Stage
8/24 Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
8/25 New York, NY – Terminal 5
8/26 Boston, MA – The Wilbur
8/28 Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre
8/30 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
8/31 St. Paul, MN – Myth
9/2 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
9/3 Seattle, WA – Bumbershoot Festival
9/5 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
9/6 Albuquerque, NM – The Historic El Rey Theatre
9/14 Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl
9/16 Los Angeles, CA – The Novo
9/18 San Diego, CA – The Observatory
9/19 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
9/21 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield
9/23 Portland, OR – Roseland Theatre
9/24 Vancouver, BC – P.N.E. Forum
10/20 Atlanta, GA – The Fox Theatre
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The first international trailer for the highly anticipated The Merciless is finally here and it was well worth the wait. Written and directed by Byun Sung-Hyun, the Korean crime thriller drops into the world of prisoner Jae-Ho, played by Sol Kyung-Gu, as he works his way up the power ladder both inside prison and with his criminal gang outside. The trailer showcases car chases, gun fights and fist-fighting sequences with the characters using everything from their hands to even their watches as weapons. The Merciless is set to debut during the midnight screenings at the Cannes Film Festival in France, with the official release date set for May 18 according to asianwiki.com.
The Merciless is one of many amazing movies to come out over the next couple of months. Check out the latest trailer for The Dark Tower here and let us know which upcoming movie you’re most excited to see the most.
It seems $4 billion isn’t enough for a good roof.
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E-commerce site The Salvages just produced an editorial on English designer Helen Kirkum, whose artwork is comprised of “frankenstein”ed footwear creations deconstructed and reconstructed again. The end results are barely recognizable and actually a statement to consumerism. “The project was really about our actions and responsibilities as consumers through footwear,” states Helen. “Trainers became a perfect symbol of the lifecycle of trends and brand driven commerce.” Helen continues to explain the shoes’ idea was meant to confuse through a bit of familiarity but then “rebel” against the common view of sneakers and their value, and instead harnessing their shapes and colors alone.
Check out the full editorial over at The Salvages now.
Whether it was the collab album Collision Course with Jay-Z or their chart-smashing debut Hybrid Theory, Linkin Park has been able to keep a dedicated fan base for a number of years and is arguably one of the most iconic bands of the early to mid-2000s. Even now, the band is finding ways to stay relevant in the music scene, this time by featuring both Pusha T and Stormzy in its new video for “Good Goodbye.”
The video features Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington singing in what appears to be a warehouse with a couple of people having their own dunk contest with fire and lightning induced basketballs, something you’d think to see in a game of NBA Jam. Speaking of the NBA, the video also features a cameo from basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar judging the dunk contest, with the loser of each round getting killed in what looks like a very painful manner. I know it sounds weird, but this video is something you’ll have to see for yourself. “Good Goodbye” is the third single off Linkin Park’s new album One More Light, which is set to come out on May 19. The new Linkin Park project is one of the many new music projects slated to come out in May that we’re excited about. Check out the rest of them here.